Primary Care Residents


PGY-3

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Liza Bastin, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Rebecca Geile, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Minus Helton, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Abby Lawson, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Tucker Retherford, MD

Florida State University
School of Medicine

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Lucas Shelton, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Austin Webb, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine


PGY-2

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Allison Adams, MD

Florida Atlantic University
College of Medicine

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Nick Alcorn, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Madison Hardesty, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Karl Hempel, MD

University of Louisville
College of Medicine

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Benjamin McKenzie, MD

Loyola (IL) University
School of Medicine

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Conor O'Neill, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine


PGY-1

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Jonathan Bach, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Van Giles, MD

University of Louisville
School of Medicine

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Gabrielle Hamilton, MD

University of Louisville
School of Medicine

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Anna Overmann, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Christina Pistilli, MD

University of Kentucky
College of Medicine

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Sheylan Spencer, DO

University of Pikeville
College of Osteopathic Medicine

Primary Care Chief Residents


Abby Lawson, MD

The Internal Medicine Residency Program at UK, and specifically the Primary Care Track, has provided me with excellent clinical training and mentorship over the last 2.5years. I have not only learned how to manage the most common primary care complaints but also how to care for extremely complex patients within the hospital. I have learned how to navigate difficult conversations and have had the pleasure of developing relationships with patients I have seen consistently during residency.
I am not originally from Lexington but have spent the last 11years (undergrad, medical school, etc) here because I love it so much. It feels like a smaller town but has all of the luxuries of a big city including great restaurants, coffee shops, arts, and concerts! Following residency, I plan to practice as a primary care physician in the outpatient setting and look forward to building lifelong relationships with my patients

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Minus Helton, MD

Having gone to medical school at the University of Kentucky, I first learned about our Primary Care Program while on my third year clerkship when the resident on my team told me what an awesome opportunity it is. I am so glad that I applied and was accepted into the program. My residency will not only prepare me to be an outstanding primary care physician, but also gave me a well-rounded experience in medicine subspecialties. Outside of residency I love checking out our local food scene with my co-residents (who have become family) and hiking through the many beautiful areas near Lexington. My future plans are to stay at UK next year as an Internal Medicine Chief Resident and afterwards I will be working as a primary care internist.

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